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Sega Saturn Racer Joystick HSS-0115/HSS-0141 :-: First released in 1995 in Japan, it goes without saying that this controller was designed to be used with racing and driving games. The controller itself is analog and can be adjusted in its height and angle. The controller has 7 face buttons and 2 paddles on the side of the wheel all of which can be used to control various aspects of the game. The controller is also available in a number of colors.

Sega Saturn Racer Joystick HSS-0115/HSS-0141 :-: First released in 1995 in Japan, it goes without saying that this controller was designed to be used with racing and driving games. The controller itself is analog and can be adjusted in its height and angle. The controller has 7 face buttons and 2 paddles on the side of the wheel all of which can be used to control various aspects of the game. The controller is also available in a number of colors.

Sega Saturn Mission Stick GS-9111/HSS-0114 :-: Developed by Sega to be used with their Saturn gaming console, this great looking controller features a 3-axis analog joystick that can be moved to the right or left of the button deck. The controller is targeted toward flight based games and has various speed and rapid fire controls.

Sega Saturn Mission Stick GS-9111/HSS-0114 :-: Developed by Sega to be used with their Saturn gaming console, this great looking controller features a 3-axis analog joystick that can be moved to the right or left of the button deck. The controller is targeted toward flight based games and has various speed and rapid fire controls.

Sega SJ-300 :-: Created as a upgrade controller to the default SJ-200 that came with the SG-1000 console, this controller is solid with a good sized base. What is interesting about this joystick is that the fire buttons are on the right hand side of the stick...which is ideal if you are left handed, but very difficult for a right handed player. This design was very atypical of joystick controllers on the age. [Photo credit: @ausretrogamer]

Sega SJ-300 :-: Created as a upgrade controller to the default SJ-200 that came with the SG-1000 console, this controller is solid with a good sized base. What is interesting about this joystick is that the fire buttons are on the right hand side of the stick...which is ideal if you are left handed, but very difficult for a right handed player. This design was very atypical of joystick controllers on the age. [Photo credit: @ausretrogamer]

Superpower Arcade Joystick VB-001 :-: Made to be used with the SNES and Sega Genesis/Megadrive, this fine looking controller is made in the arcade deck style. All six buttons are independently configurable for turbo and auto fire. The deck of the controller has been molded into likely areas where ones hands might be placed for comfortable game play.

Superpower Arcade Joystick VB-001 :-: Made to be used with the SNES and Sega Genesis/Megadrive, this fine looking controller is made in the arcade deck style. All six buttons are independently configurable for turbo and auto fire. The deck of the controller has been molded into likely areas where ones hands might be placed for comfortable game play.

Saturn controller

Sega Saturn had a lot potential that didn't win over consumers after a botched launch

Spectravideo Quickshot Professional :-: One of the many joysticks produced by Spectravideo, this controller is very similar to the QS-130N made specifically for the NES.

Spectravideo Quickshot Professional :-: One of the many joysticks produced by Spectravideo, this controller is very similar to the QS-130N made specifically for the NES.

Atari 7800 Joystick :-: Originally released in 1984 with the Atari 7800 Video Game Console, some consider this controller to be ugly and not ergonomic when compared with joysticks of the era. In many ways the device seems to be experimental,  with a very odd aspect ratio in its base. The position of the fire buttons seem badly placed considering the length of the device and how it might likely be held. The top of the stick also seems bulky , but produced excellent control.

Atari 7800 Joystick :-: Originally released in 1984 with the Atari 7800 Video Game Console, some consider this controller to be ugly and not ergonomic when compared with joysticks of the era. In many ways the device seems to be experimental, with a very odd aspect ratio in its base. The position of the fire buttons seem badly placed considering the length of the device and how it might likely be held. The top of the stick also seems bulky , but produced excellent control.

Konix Navigator :-: A very different controller for its age, this joystick was one of a very few designed without a base so as to be handheld. With great design ergonomics the controller features a trigger style fire button with an 8-way joystick at the top. An excellent controller overall, it was targeted more toward flight combat style games and could be used on any console with a DE-9 connector.

Konix Navigator :-: A very different controller for its age, this joystick was one of a very few designed without a base so as to be handheld. With great design ergonomics the controller features a trigger style fire button with an 8-way joystick at the top. An excellent controller overall, it was targeted more toward flight combat style games and could be used on any console with a DE-9 connector.

Burning Rangers - One of the late (and few) Sega Saturn greats.

Burning Rangers - One of the late (and few) Sega Saturn greats.

Sega Genesis Remote Arcade Controller :-: Similar in layout and function to the regular wired controller, this gamepad was active with an infrared receiver which was plugged into the console.

Sega Genesis Remote Arcade Controller :-: Similar in layout and function to the regular wired controller, this gamepad was active with an infrared receiver which was plugged into the console.

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